Director Ray Cullen and his assistants Georgia Broomhall and Jared Gerschwitz should be congratulated for putting together such a fine performance from these young people in such a short time.
A musical comedy by Eddie Perfect based on the life of Australian cricketer Shane Warne.
Heathers the Musical is an adaptation of the 1988 Daniel Waters film starring Winona Ryder and Christian Slater. The dark comedy centers on the ill fated pairing of sociopath J.D and Veronica Sawyer
Previously, Glam Adelaide's Arts Editor, Brian Godfrey, interviewed the female lead of Segue Productions' Heathers: The Musical, Millicent Sarre. He thought it only fair to even up the playing field and interview the actor playing the male lead 'J.D.', Gus Robson.
This week Segue Productions are presenting the South Australian premiere of Heathers: The Musical. Glam Adelaide's Arts Editor, Brian Godfrey, managed to catch up with the show's 'Veronica', Millicent Sarre to find out her thoughts on the production and the role she plays.
Set in present-day New York, this show considers the questions that 38-year-old Elizabeth, a professional town planner, has about her life and its future possibilities as she moves to New York City to start afresh. She’s looking for true love and a perfect job. The book of the musical extrapolates her “what if” thoughts by allowing her to follow two different pathways into her future, contingent on her choices.
The Last Five Years' follows the five-year relationship of Jamie and Cathy. Jamie’s story moves forwards in time, whilst Cathy’s begins at the end of their relationship and works backwards.
Set in the East Village of New York City, 'Rent' is about falling in love, finding your voice and living for today.
Davine Interventionz, has a reputation for putting on high quality musicals new to Adelaide. They now present the classically inspired The Light in the Piazza.
On Feb 8 Davine Interventionz Productions won the Theatre Association of South Australia’s MusiCAL Award for its 2015 production of 'The Story Of My Life'.
Everyone thinks this is a horror story, but it is not. It’s a love story! A slightly warped love story maybe, but nonetheless there is a lot of love going ‘round. There is also a fair amount of humour and silliness and good honest fun!
The quest of a hard-talkin’, rootin’-tootin’ gal to prove herself, but a case of mistaken identity causes a whole mess of trouble for her!
This year the award-winning Marie Clark Musical Theatre celebrates its 40th year with Calamtiy Jane and the SA premiere of Mel Brooks' Young Frankenstein.
This is neither a show nor a revue, but rather a concert showcasing songs from movies and stage musicals, performed by the company’s upcoming young talent.
There’s a lot to love about this show which delivers the humour well. It's light, bright and fairly well paced, making this a production worthy of water cooler conversation in any office.